Montana Enduro Series Round 4 Course Announcement

Aug 25, 2016
by The Montana Enduro Series  
The Grand Enduro at Grand Targhee Resort Presented by Habitat and the Montana Bicycle Guild
Welcome to the last race of the 2016 Montana Enduro Series! We’re excited to dip over the border once again and visit Grand Targhee Resort, with help from our friends at Habitat High Altitude Provisions. The series finale features two days of racing, and is a course you don’t want to miss. We made you work for it last round at Big Sky, so we hope you enjoy a little taste of Super D flavor mixed into the last race of the year!

Day 1:

Day 1 Juniors:

Day 2:

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Race-day passes are included in your registration and will be provided at check-in Saturday morning. Discounted lift passes ($25) will be available to pre-registered racers for Friday practice. The registration cut-off for discounted passes is 4:00 PM MDT on Thursday.

The Grand Enduro at Grand Targhee Resort Presented by Habitat and the Montana Bicycle Guild

Timeline: Friday
10:00 – 5:00: Practice ($10 discount for racers registered by 4:00 Thursday). Grand Targhee Resort.
6:00 – 10:00: Enduro Dirt Social @ Tatanka Tavern (Driggs, ID)

7:00 – 8:30: Racer check-in @ GTR base area.
9:00: Racer meeting.
9:15: Pro/Expert racers board Dreamcatcher lift
9:30 – 3:00: Racers on course!
6:00 – 8:00: Skulls and Dirt Social @ Habitat (Driggs, ID)

7:30 – 8:30: Racer check-in @ GTR base area
9:00: Racer meeting
9:15: Pro/Expert racers board Dreamcatcher lift
9:30 – 1:00: Racers on course!
2:00: Raffle, race awards, series awards @ GTR base area

In addition to their awesome network of downhill trails, Grand Targhee features miles of smooth and scenic cross-country trails, so your family and friends won’t lack for things to do while you’re racing or practicing.

The Grand Enduro Course:

Saturday: Stage 1

Sticks n Stones. The Dreamcatcher lift takes you to the top of Fred’s Mountain, where you’ll start Stage One near the top of the Grand Traverse. Try to keep your eyes on the trail instead of the commanding view of the Grand Teton. Drop into Sticks n Stones, which is an old-school, hand-built festival of rocks and roots that will make you forget you’re in a bike park. The stage ends at the PRT Road.

Transfer: PRT to Peaked

Stage 2

38 Special. Cornering drills will pay off… This stage ends at the cat skiing yurt.

Stage 2 Juniors

Colter’s Escape. Colter’s Escape is a singletrack roller-coaster through aspen stands. This stage ends at the cat skiing yurt.

Transfer: None

Stage 3

Mill Creek. This trail takes you off the resort into the Teton sidecountry, and all the way down to the floor of Teton Canyon. It is an awesome three miles of classic ribbon singletrack with plenty of natural rock and root jump options. The stage ends at the trailhead by the Teton Canyon parking area.

Transfer: Shuttle back to GTR

Sunday: Stage 4

Rock Garden to Otter Slide. The Dreamcatcher lift takes you to Rockgarden, the newest downhill trail at Grand Targhee. Rock Garden starts off rocky, loose and off-camber, and opens up into big tabletops. Continue straight across the service road onto Otter Slide, a bobsled run of beautifully banked turns. Come off the wall ride and the stage ends just before the mustache ride feature.

Transfer: Head up Pika Traverse to Shoshone, and back towards the bottom of Rock Garden. Watch for traffic control.

Stage 5

Chutes and Ladders. This trail is similar to Otter Slide: lots of well-bermed turns, but also includes some other features, such as tabletops. The race ends at the base area.

The Grand Enduro at Grand Targhee Resort Presented by Habitat and the Montana Bicycle Guild

Grand Targhee Resort information:


GTR offers 20% off lodging discount to participants. You need to call and mention that you are participating in the Montana Enduro Series. Camping will also be available at $20/night plus tax. Showers and bathrooms in the Sprung Building will be available to campers. RV overnight parking is available at $20/ night plus tax. There are no RV or power hook ups. For camping and RV parking, guests must check in with the Front Desk to purchase their pass. This can be done on arrival; no advance arrangements are necessary.

Onsite Food & Beverage:

Branding Iron restaurant:
Friday – Saturday 11am – 9:30pm with a special Farmers’ Market Friday Dinner
Sunday – 9am – 9pm with a brunch special

Snorkels Coffee & Bistro - Great breakfast burritos & coffees
Daily 7:30am – 5:30p

Afternoon treat – Boulder Ice Cream

Trap Bar & Grill
11:30am – 7:00pm

Montana Enduro Series Sponsors

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 Gonna be a great weekend!

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